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davis ineend -- wendy texas as well at her filibuster as a texas -- of a texas abortion bill. >> many of you heard my name for the first time last month when, as allison said, in the last hours of the texas legislative session, the partisans and power attempted to pass not just an abortion bill, but a bill that would block health care access to tens of thousands of women across the state of texas. in the process, these partisan lawmakers were seeking to rob texas women of their voice. because when women showed up at to testify, and they showed up by the thousands, many of them were turned away. and they were unable to give voice to an issue that had a very real impact on their lives. before i took the floor that morning for the longest 13 hours of my life, i worked with my staff to track down testimony that had been submitted in the committee hearings that had not been read. during the next hours, i read every single one of their stories out loud. with aere real people very, very personal stories to tell. many of whom had never, ever given voice to their story before. to anot
with texas representative waukeen castro and the reverend al sharpton. >>> as the outrage over russia's anti-gay laws continue to grow, we're beginning to get a disturbing picture of what life is like there for its lgbt citizens. my guest tonight is russian, openly gay and about to flee the country. >>> plus, stop and frisk and edward snowden, what do they have in quhcommon? a whole lot more than you might think. >>> we begin on the front lines of voter suppression, with multiple developments across the country, not the least of which is the attorney general of the united states eric holder suing the state of texas, two states suing the federal government back, and a prominent republican lambasting the republican fwo b governor of north carolina over that state's brand new voting requirements. today the justice department announced plans to file a new lawsuit against the state of texas over its voteer i.d. law and intervene as a party in another case involving texas redistricting. attorney general holder said "he will not allow the prime court's recent decision to be interpreted as open sea
back. i'm joy reid in for melissa harris-perry. a shortage of water in the state of texas has left residents thirsty, frustrated, and saying what the frac. according to recent reports, the process of hydraulic fracking, more commonly known as fracking, which is used as oil extraction, is making the drought problem in the lone star state much worse. these areas in red that you're seeing on the map are parts of texas that are experiencing extreme and exceptional drought. the drought problem has become so bad that at least one texas resident is actually wishing for a natural disaster to help. rancher buck owens told the guardian newspaper that, quote, we've got to get floods. we've got to get a hurricane to move up in our country and just saturate everything to replenish the aquifer. while fracking makes up less than 1% of the water use in texas, in certain counties, according to a university of texas study, fracking uses up 50% of the water supply. but before we go any further, just what is fracking? i'm going to leave that explanation to "all in's" chris hayes, who not only explaine
was born. unless the texas republican senator formally renounces that citizenship, he will remain a citizen of both countries, legal experts say." ted cruz released his canadian birth certificate in response to inquiries from the "dallas morning news." today ted cruz's senate press secretary released this oddly worded statement. "to our knowledge, he never had canadian citizenship." now, when a senator's staff speak for the senator says "to our knowledge," everything that follows that is a statement that everyone in that senate office knows might have to be quickly revised, and so it has been. the "washington post" is now reporting that ted cruz will renounce his canadian citizenship. cruz said, "now the dallas morning news says that i may technically have dual citizenship. assuming that is true, then sure, i will renounce any canadian citizenship. nothing against canada, but i'm an american by birth and as a u.s. senator i believe i should be only an american because i was a u.s. citizen at birth, because i left calgary when i was 4, and have lived my entire life since then in the u.s., an
voting rights in 31 states. the justice department is already going after texas to try to test the supreme court decision. does the speech do you think give any momentum to that cause to expand voting rights since she chose this as her focus? >> i think it does. i think you've had a situation where although the conversation around voting, i.d.s it has been on the left primarily and in small pockets in the civil rights community as well. i think hillary clinton brings it into the mainstream in way it hasn't been before, but i also think this north carolina law could also be a tipping point because the argument that conservatives have made around voter i.d. laws has been voter fraud by this rath of restrictions used and signed into law in north carolina doesn't really address a voter fraud which in some ways snolt a problem in north carolina but the idea you're shutting down voting on a sunday and the item you're eliminate 16 and 17-year-olds the ability to register early, it seems to be capturing a wide swath of folks in north carolina can you see folks really looking at these a
, will more states continue this trend? >> in austin, texas, investigating a report of a bleach filled balloon thrown at an african-american student on campus at the university of student. -- at the university of texas. he was only interrupted by a bleach bomb. >> i heard something exploding near me, and i feel like a light staying on my leg. to be a minority at such a large school, it doesn't come off the way you think it might. >> some claim they hit it by chance, davis believes he was targeted because he was african-american. >> what type of harm can this cause to someone. >> it is a very dangerous chemical that we are dealing with that can cause great harm to someone. what you're seeing is something very insidious about the type of value placed on black and brown students, saying that we should whitewash not just our textbooks and history, but the actual people. it is a disgusting act. to try to write it off as a prank, one of those things about trying to forge a colorblind society in which we don't take race into consideration as a factor in anything, it means that we don't look at the ro
. why are you talking like that? ( texas accent ): honey, you don't want the king to catch you breaking character. once he put me on stable duty for humming an elvis song. follow me, fair visitors. to our tasks. everyone! villagers approach! i hope you enjoyed the stable and the sty. we now move on to some more comely beasts of burden-- the wenches. good morrow, everyone. i am beating a rug-- a very important job for castles were oft drafty and... wench! whom addressed thee? i addressed myself. since there was no such thing as a vacuum cleaner in the middle ages... what speak you of "vacuum cleaner"? peggy, hold thine tongue. oh-oh-oh. right, right, right. in the future, they will invent a magical sucking device to free women from household drudgery. ( all gasping ) if thou can foretell the future perhaps thou art a witch. she is no a witch, milord. merely tetched in the head from the sun. she's a witch. witch! witch! witch! witch! ( horn blowing ) how, now? is there unrest in my kingdom? she's a witch. hank: well, i guess if they burn you at the stake they'll be using my propane. you'l
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♪ dannon >>> six people were killed when a stolen truck crashed in south texas as it was being chased by police. the chase was heard yesterday afternoon north of the city of mission near the mexico border. the truck plowed into three other vehicles at an intersection and a number of other people were injured. >>> and this morning, firefighters are battling a fast-moving and unpredictable wildfire in remote central idaho. the fire was sparks by lightning and it burned nearly 150 square miles. another fire in the south has burned 225 square miles. >>> new york city michael bl called it a dangerous decision. a federal judge ruled that the city's police department's stop and frisk policy illegally targeted minorities. she didn't end the practice, but appointed an independent monitor to over see changes. terrell brown reports. >> reporter: the new york city police department stopped more than 1.5 million people last year over the stop and frisk policy. 87% were black or latino. david said he was 15 when he was first stopped. it happened three more times while he was in college. that's when
. >> 44-year-old son of vice president bind is being evaluate entered texas after being hospitalized last week after feeling disoriented on vacation. he's the attorney general in delaware and suffered a mild stroke in 2010. vice president is with his son tonight. >> large black swath of land shows the crash site of b 1 b bomber in south east montana a-2 pilots and 2 officers ejected. they are hospitalized but expected to be okay. before the air force base her in south dakota a.that aircraft cost 300 million dollars. >> breaking news in southern california. these leif pictures show you the scene after fiery crash involving a big rig and 4 cars explosion were heard at least one person is dead. several injuries as we pan back from the live helicopter view. back up on the highway on interstate 10 in pa money a prompt authorities to close liens on that freeway. again this is a terrible crash involving a big rig and 4 cars. there were explosions and fire at least one person dead in southern california. sadly. >> there is much more ahead tonight coming up. identified arrested and charged.
in places like new orleans could see some flash flooding. right there into texas. that's who needs it. you could see over three inches. >> this weather report brought to you by bush's baked beans. now, we get to the part with how you can get a puppy. i had to hand jimmy off, over to daryl with petco. why are we doing this in new york city? and how do we get these beautiful faces into our homes? >> unleashed by petco. we're to have a summer snow day. we have les, lea, and devon down here. they came in from tennessee. we bring the smaller dogs into new york city because they tend to be able to find homes better with people with apartments. >> how do you get them? >> come to riverside park. come to the snow day. we're here until it melts. probably around 1:00. and we have another event going on, which is going to be an event where we're establishing a world record for the most kongs stuffed in one day. >> i'm going to take jimmy back. i have one in my arms now. he is so warm and cuddly. let's go back in the studio. i might have really messed up here. >> you know what? you got engaged two days
as well, west texas is closed between know west texas is a major thorough fair. >> it is, buzz i want to be clear it is north texas street that's closed. north texas street from dixon hill to atlantic avenue. >> gail, we saw earlier the fire went roaring right up a hillside. there were a lot of homes in the area. has the fire been stopped on that hillside, and are anymore homes threatened at this moment? >> i don't have a report from the field that anymore homes are threatened at this point. they have not said they're contained yet, though. >> in addition to the evacuation center that's been set up at fairfield high school, is the red cross or any other agencies on the scene there to assist those who have been forced from their homes? >> typically, the red cross comes out. i haven't got an call in that the red cross has made it on scene, but typically they're there within minutes of the fire scene. i will have confirmation on that within the next half hour. >> you mentioned five homes were burn. how many destroyed? looked from the pictures we saw, at least two were destroyed. >> we ha
and 9. well, here we are... the texas ranger museum and hall of fame. cool. it was built in 1974 to commemorate excellence in law enforcement for the last 150 years. how many texas rangers have there been? oh, there's been hundreds, mike, but only 26 are honored in the texas ranger hall of fame. did you know any of them? yeah, i know one. right over here. c.d. parker, a good friend. who's the most famous? well, that's hard to say, charles. they were all great men. charles: how'd they get to be texas rangers? well, they came from all around: war veterans, army scouts, bounty hunters. in fact, some were even outlaws. really? mm-hmm. yeah, back in those days, to be a texas ranger, you had to-- ride like the wind, track like a comanche, shoot like a kentuckian, and fight like the devil. that's right, mike. well, could you tell us a story about one of them? ok. how about hayes cooper? he left a journal before he died.
'm glad the justice department is moving forward in texas. i want them to do that in north carolina and any other state that has put in place these laws that are really going to be damaging to people's right to vote. >> and that's the real point. people have been voting for years with their i.d. there's been no widespread fraud. yet you come in with a new program. it is a solution looking for a problem rather than a problem in need of a solution. and one of the people who just filed a lawsuit other in north carolina's voting suppression law is 92-year-old rosenel eaton who has compared to the literacy test she faced during the crowe era. listen to this 92-year-old. >> here i am at 92 years old doing the same battling. we need more, not less, access to the ballot. at the age of 92, i am fed up and fired up. >> 92 years old saying it's the same thing she's fed up and fired up standing there with reverend william barber. people are calling them out on this. >> that's right. and you know what? i am so proud to be a north carolinian. she really is fed up. >> i think that -- and the thing
was wounded in an automobile driving into the downtown dallas along with the governor of texas. they have been taken to the hospital where their condition as yet unknown. we haven't been told their condition at dallas and a downtown hotel room a group has been gathered to hear president kennedy awaiting his arrival. let's head down there now where we are on the air. >> as you can imagine there are many stories that are coming in to the actual condition of the president. one is that he is dead. this cannot be confirmed. another is that the governor is in the operating room. this we have not confirmed. the president was whisked from the scene of the attempted assassination or assassination, depending upon his condition this hour to the hospital, and the president undoubtedly in the emergency room at the hospital would be on the first floor of the apartment. we are awaiting something more officials that is of course difficult certainly to go on the reports back at the cbs newsroom in new york. we have just been advised of dallas the diffusions are being governed to president kennedy. let us recal
the door and a 103 mile per hour fast ball. lowry had no prayer. texas wins so they are tied for first in the al west. the 49ers face the broncos in their pre-season opener tomorrow. it will be the debut of defensive lineman lawrence uh coy yea. he will be playing in his first footbaame at game at any level. he is 6 foot 6 and a 305-pound project and jim harbaugh is homing he is bad. >> he is not a good football player. his next growth is not a bad player. i want him to be a bad football player. that's the next jump up for lawrence. >> i want >> i want to be a bad sportscaster some day. it is the video that has taken over the internet, football on your phone staring payton andy andy -- and eli manning. >> ♪ football on your phone football in your hand ♪ ♪ look at the sky ♪ the phone in the phone ♪ football on your phone ♪ football on your phone >> the costumes and the wigs are great. the manning brothers are tremendous. eli said it took five hours to film and had no idea how it would turn out. he has no plans on a career anytime soon. >> it is a one hit wonder. it was all f
about those." so how professional is this artist that has travelled from texas, houston texas home of the texans football team ....now that he has to incporate carving out a super bowl raven? 15:38:41 bg "i don't think about that... no well actually i made the other guy do the raven.... hahahaha" 15:54:49 oc: tr "having fun at the fair i'm tom rodgers fox 45 news... lollipop spit out sand." you can see what's new at the 132nd state fair. our "fun at the fair" special will air tonight on the c-w baltimore. it starts at seven p-m. a brawl breaks out between a bus driver and a passenger, what started the fight... and the shocking thing that happened when someone tried to step in. breaks out between a bus driver and an unruly passenger in detroit it all started when the woman in the brown coat boarded the bus and her transfer card got stuck inside the scanner. she became agitated and started to yell at the driver. another passenger christopher jackson.. tried to intervene. you can see him step between them... but he says other people were egging them on and the fight escalated. incue:
trayvon martin in florida had a gun on him when a texas cop pulled him over. an officer in the north texas town pulled over george zimmerman on sunday. the officer can be heard telling zimmerman to slow down ske was letting him go with a warning and told zimmerman not to play with his handgun and put ate way. zimmerman's lawyers aren't saying why their client was in texas his family says the former neighborhood watch captain received daily death threats since his acquittal. >> tonight's money matters a mixed day for stock markets. dow closed down 21 points. nasdaq ended up nine. s and p 500 down less than a point. facebook stock hit $38 today that is what it was worth when the company launched it's public offering 14 months ago. the stock fell again to close at 3680678 the british government looking to ban the use of google glass while driving. the device has a screen but some say it's encourages users to take eyes off the road. glasses aren't yet being sold to the general public only a few thousand being used by special test subjects now. >> a court ruled redwood city video game maker ele
>> stephanie: he was pulled over for speeding in texas and had a gun. george zimmerman was stopped for speeding on a highway near dallas. the police -- i love this whole -- they have a police dash cam video. >> yep. >> stephanie: it shows an officer interacting with zimmerman, and letting him go with a warning. she is just lucky -- i just got my new car insurance bill, because i got a speeding ticket twice in the speed trap near my house. i was going 40 or something in a 35. >> yeah. >> stephanie: he is just so awesome -- >> stephanie: okay. you shot an unarmed teenager, okay. go home. have a good night's sleep. >> i think the cop was squared of him. >> stephanie: no, he did tthe douchy thing. he asked him. >> really? >> stephanie: after an unintelligible response, the officer asked nowhere in particular? why did you say that? you didn't see my name, zimmerman replies. [ buzzer ] >> oh, god. he wants to be a star now? >> stephanie: yeah. i'm a star. no. are you clear of warrants and stuff. and zimmerman said, he was clear. he said calm down dude. why don't you slow down for me. the officer says
. severe storms around the texas panhandle. scattered showers from south dakota to minnesota. thunderstorms for much of the east coast. and in the west, from new mexico, to colorado. >> mostly 80s in the rockies. 70s in the upper midwest. 90s in the southeast. 80s from boston to atlanta. >>> still ahead, a star-studded dispute. which actor left the movie set because he wasn't getting $3 million for less than a week of work? >>> plus, an international manhunt is under way, after investigators say a teenage girl was abducted from her own home. this morning, the plea from her father. >>> and reducing the risk of dementia. what doctors are saying about a connection between alzheimer's and your blood sugar level. >>> and welcome back. a new day brings new trouble for another megabank. this time, jpmorgan chase. the biggest u.s. bank says it's facing a criminal probe by the justice department over bad mortgages. it also admits that investigators have already concluded that the bank violated securities laws. this comes just one day after we learned that the government is suing bank of america. >>>
hasan at the start of his trial in an attack that killed 13 at fort hood, texas. we look at today's opening arguments and early testimony. >> ifill: the pentagon eased financial pain for its employees by cutting unpaid furlough from 11 days to six. ray suarez discusses the budget cuts and terror threats with deputy secretary of defense ashton carter. >> our effort to deal with the current budget situation, we believe, has to be driven by strategy. that is, a view of the future. terrorism is one of those things that's going to be around. >> warner: and more than 1.5 million people have fled the bloody syrian civil war. we have an on-the-ground report from the world's second largest refugee camp in jordan. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and the william and flora hewlett foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundat
when a texas cop pulled him over. an officer in the north texas town pulled over george zimmerman on sunday. the officer can be heard telling zimmerman to slow down ske was letting him go with a warning and told zimmerman not to play with his handgun and put ate way. zimmerman's lawyers aren't saying why their client was in texas his family says the former neighborhood watch captain received daily death threats since his acquittal. >> tonight's money matters a mixed day for stock markets. dow closed down 21 points. nasdaq ended up nine. s and p 500 down less than a point. facebook stock hit $38 today that is what it was worth when the company launched it's public offering 14 months ago. the stock fell again to close at 3680678 the british government looking to ban the use of google glass while driving. the device has a screen but some say it's encourages users to take eyes off the road. glasses aren't yet being sold to the general public only a few thousand being used by special test subjects now. >> a court ruled redwood city video game maker electronic arts must face legal claim
businesses across the southwest. picture perfect modeling was the name of his texas venture. >> he had a modeling agency in austin, texas. >> yes. where he just conned female coeds from the university of texas to do modeling shoots with him. take $5,000 from them where he would just take the money and run and use it to meet women and move on. >> total scam? >> total scam. right. >> reporter: jason even posed for some modeling photos of himself in austin. but how did a man suspected of running con games become the violent criminal cops allege he is? >> for jason i think it came down to his greed, his desire for money, his desire to be that millionaire, the life of the party, and how that desire extends to the point where you can kill somebody, that's something i'll never understand. >> reporter: investigators might have been despairing of ever understanding jason brown, but they still had hopes of catching him. and the stakes were high. >> on the surface everything looks normal with this guy. but he is the portrait of a sociopath. and when he runs out of money again, then what happens?
be with dimaggio. >> he is not the father. may be headed to canada or texas in a blue nissan versa. with california license plate 6 wcu 986. many of us learned about the amber alert on our cell phones. >> bob hoefer is with the national center for missing and exploited children. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> frank and i did get those alerts. i got a text message. is that what you got? >> i got a text as well. it said amber alert. >> was it that far reaching where people got them on their phones? >> absolutely. shortly after the first of the year, we started working with fema with the wireless emergency alert system. you'll receive weather alerts, presidential messages and imminent threats of danger. and amber alert is a part of that. what occurs is when the amber coordinator activates alert, they identify -- they notify the national center for missing and exploited children and identify the region they want that alert to be activated in. once we're aware, the sell towers in that region are activated and anyone with a wireless emergency alert capable cell phone when they drive-thru t
believe that dimaggio is headed to canada or texas in a nissan versa. >>> a registered sex offender is in custody in antioch. they arrested kevin harvey after responding to reports after a man seen waving at a gun at the somersville towne center yesterday. they were able to link harvey and the gun to the kidnapping and assault that took place the day before. harvey kidnapped a woman at gunpoint from a kmart parking lot. >>> a new billboard has popped up in san francisco with a clear anti-hate message. it reads hate has no place in our city and san francisco embraces diversity and acceptance. the bill was paid for with money raised in a crowd funding campaign, in response to some anti-muslim ads that ran earlier this year on buses. >>> a scam is going out, from people who call you in order to claim a prize in the publishers clearing house sweepstakes. here's what happened when this man got involved. >> reporter: it's a phone call that many people think they want. >> you have won $5 million from publishers clearing house. >> reporter: this oakland resident got that call yesterday. bu
in texas. and the support she's receiving after this video went online and went viral. >>> let's start this morning with the first of the ocean's 16 to step forward. her name is susan nichol. she is part of that pool of maintenance workers that hit the powerball this week. this story, a huge blast of hope for a community that was hit very hard by superstorm sandy. and aditi roy is all over the story. >> reporter: good morning, dan. this lottery winner may be part of ocean 16. but she's on cloud nine. she revealed her identity to the public. and why she's not leaving her job just yet. this morning, we're hearing from one of ocean 16 for the first time, the county workers that won big in wednesday's $448.4 million powerball jackpot, has protected their anonymity until now. >> i'm still up in the clouds. >> reporter: new jersey native, susan nichols, says she wouldn't believe it when she and 15 fellow workers hit all five numbers and the powerball. >> my co-worker shook me. we did win. >> reporter: until friday night, the only thing we knew about the county government workers, is that no
in the series and they remain 1 game behind texas in the al west because the rangers beat houston today. the flirt with no hitter for most of the game. get nothing and like it. struck out 15. rob grossman strike 3 off foul tip. no hitter to the eighth. carlos well that ends everything. no hitter. shut out. gone. he gets the win. 2-1 with 15 k. so texas stays 1 up on oak land. at this point adam probably doesn't know who to root for or how long. the a's the rangers. he has been claimed by texas yet again. he was with a most of the year. released august 2nd. he was scooped up because they wanted him except they let him go 3 day later then the the a claim him back on the fifth. well when they needed a roster spot they designated him through seenment and the rangers reclaimed him again today. giants first baseman belt up and down the season up up hay lately and just name the national league player of the week. hits 4 40 last week with 3 double 2 homeers. changed the grip at the plate and seems to be working. >> the perfect photo. winning pose. you know this. lightning bol
rampage in fort hood, texas. this woman saw the man firing when she arrived at medical building at the military base. she says he was running toward her rapidly shooting his guchbility she saw a red laser flash across her eye and she began somewhating back. wounded in her hand and leg. fell to the ground. says he then kicked her weapon out of her hand and just as he was about to shoot her again another officer fired and she saw the man fall to the group. he's an army psychiatrist accused of massacre of 13 soldiers. all unarmed. >> bay area lawmaker tells abc 7 news that increased oversight is necessary to reign in the national security agency. "washington post"reports the nsa has broken privacy rules thousands of times each year since receiving broad new power in 2008. the based on information given to the post by former nsa analyst now wanted leaker edward snouden. representative spear says the nsa has abused the powers. >> if you need that kind of surveillance get a warrant. go to court and get a warrant. don't go to secret court that never sees the light of day and don't
times over. sure there is speculation in all this. >> thank you. measles outbreak in a texas megachurch has spread to 21 people. health officials in the state are trying to contain the outbreak by hosting vaccination clinics. all the cases are linked to the eagle mountain international church in ne new nework, texas. we spoke with the director for the centers of decease control and prevention about the outbreak. robert joins us live from inside the cdc, heads quarters in atlanta, and what was said to you, robert? >> reporter: tony, good to be here. i can say this coming from inside the cdc here there is concern, so much that the director, dr. thomas freedan was made available to us. here's exactly what he told us. >> even though we have >> the problem is with the situation in texas according to health officials most people were not immunized. the video is that you have folks four months to 44 years who now have the measles disease, and the cdc is concerned as well as people on the ground there. >> robert, thank you. >>> some people call it gray hound therapy or patient dumping. it's whe
is back in the news after an encounter with police in texas. kerry sanders is in forney, texas, just east of dallas. kerry, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt, it was a routine matter. george zimmerman was pulled over for speeding, but especially noteworthy, even to police, is zimmerman in his car was carrying a gun. george zimmerman was driving west on u.s. highway 80 in forney, texas, near dallas when he was pulled over for speeding. >> it's going to be a florida suv. >> reporter: zimmerman, who was found not guilty of second degree murder or manslaughter in the shooting death of trayvon martin, was quick to tell the officer that he had a gun in the glove compartment. >> where are you headed this evening? >> nowhere in particular. >> nowhere in particular? why do you say that? >> you didn't see my name? >> huh? >> you didn't see my name? >> uh-uh. >> reporter: the officer then looks down at zimmerman's license again. >> what a coincidence. >> we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty. >> reporter: just days after a florida jury found him not guilty, zimmerman was
of a spy flick. instead, a team of researchers from university of texas at austin had deliberately coerced the $80 million vessel from its track, without physically taking the helm. with the blessing of those aboard, professor todd humphrey's and his graduate students employed a technique called g.p.s. spoofing to effectively disorient the ship's positioning system. changes went undetected by alarms, and the autopilot system shifted the yacht to what it thought was the original course, not one selected by humphrey's team. the demonstration was the first to show g.p.s. spoofing could pose a real threat to the world's civilian maritime industry. and a year earlier, the texas research group showed the same danger also exists in the civilian aerospace sector. they successfully used their g.p.s. spoofing system to commandeer an unmanned aerial vehicle on u.t.'s campus. and repeatedly brought the small, helicopter-like drone to the ground by altering information sent to its altitude navigation system. and todd humphreys, the university of texas researcher behind these projects joins us now. also
that you talk about, you take legal means, legal action-- the attorney general is suing the state of texas over voter id. he's talking about rolling back mandatory minimum sentences. and at the same time, the supreme court seems to be heading in the opposite direction. how do you get done what say you want to get done in leveling that playing field? >> well, i would distinguish between civil rights issues, voting rights issues, some of the core legal protections that came about in 1964. you know, in those areas, it's true that we've had some opinions, the most prominent one being the case where the roberts court struck down a key segment of the voting rights act, where we just have to try a whole range of approaches to make up for those decisions so i will be working with people like john business and reaching out to both republicans and democrats in congress to see if congress is prepared to amend the voting rights act, to ensure that people are not being prevented from voting. but congress doesn't move real quickly around here, and if we can go ahead and move administratively, so that ou
... to the houston area.../ but ...they'll split... their time... between texas... and space. here... are... nasa's... 8- new astronauts.... / with... the shuttle program retired... no one... really knows... where... space exploration is headed... / but... they'll... begin two year's of training... that includes to the.. international space station.../ which they'll... reach... aboard russian soyuz rockets... / the new astraoauts... spent... much of the presentation... answering all sorts of questions. 111-126 "really the minimum criteria are that you have a bach degree in a hard science and then 3 years of exp beyond that. 25:50 we don't need to run a mile in less than 6 minutes or anything like that but of course there are strict criteria in terms of overall good health." 51-100 bolden says: "they all know they'll get an opportunity to fly on station. some of them will prob get an opportunity to participate an asteroid mission. they definitely will form the plans that will take us on to mars." 50- percent of the new astronauts are women... for the first time ever. according to a new report... t
. >> the a's are trying to sign on the first wave but last night's game texas did not help. up next in spo >>> 8:47 and we need check on the forecast and if, when and where. >> lots of questions because it is getting brighter and down by the airport. we are looking still the gray skies down around san jose. live doppler 7-hd this morning. we're not looking at any rain despite the fact that cooler air mass and tropical pressure so the way for the second half of the weekend. still august in san francisco with low clouds and fog. roof camera looking at lots of gray. 54 in san francisco. mountain view, 57. 56 for you and half moon bay at 54. north end of the bay has been cloudy with the fog in santa rosa. mount tam, marine layer is about 2,000 feet and depth of the fog is slowly erode bringing in sunshine. concord is sunny at 58. 59 at livermore. sunny and warm afternoon in inland east bay. and pretty gray out there but it will be nice mild afternoon across the bay in oakland hopefully bringing the a's some luck. mist and drizzle at the shoreline to start. mild temperatures there, even with th
they are riding high right now. in fact, the second place texas rangers took two out of three this week. griffith should have had a one, two, three first-inning. looks like cespedes has a beat on him. what the? cespedes just plain drops it. a's made two errors today in this first one. lets beltre comes to the play. singles to left and kinsler scores the first one of the game. it just should not have happened. little did we know it would have been enough runs for the rangers any way. and cruz with a deep pop. and the league may suspend cruz tomorrow. mitch moorland with a two run dinger. rangers defense was sharp today. a's get shut out for the ninth time this season. they're idle tomorrow. they play in cincinnati on tuesday. >> it's a concern. it's just like two pitches every game. i feel like i pitched very well all game. and pretty frustrated like we said. but you know, that's how it goes. we have a good line up. i felt like i pretty much dominated them for 6-2/3. but moorland just hit a homeland. >>> oakland bunted four times against texas pitcher garza. the a's scouting report said that garci
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